Steve Kimock Live at Hopmonk Tavern on 2013-03-31
Set 1: Crazy Engine, Sun Sun Sun*, Five B4 Funk, That's What Love Will Make You Do**, Tongue N Groove, Red Hot Mama
Set 2: Franklin's Tower**, 54-46 (That's My Number)#, Hey Man, TLC#, There's Gonna Be Butter#, Burning Down The House**
Encore: Stella Blue
Collection SteveKimockBand/Artist Steve KimockVenue Hopmonk TavernLocation Novato CASource MG M300s (ORTF, 7' stand, front of post @ left center floor, 20 ft. from stage) > SD 744T > WAVE (24/44.1)Lineage SD 744T (FW) > G5 Dual Mac (Peak/xACT) > FLACs (level 8)Taped by Michael ZelnerTransferred by Michael Zelner
Steve Kimock - electric and lap steel guitars
Bernie Worrell - Hammond B-3 organ, Hohner Clavinet D6, electric piano, vocals
Wally Ingram - drums
Andy Hess - electric bass
with special guest:
Jason Crosby - 6-string violin
*with Jessica Fierro and Sunshine Becker - vocals
**with Sunshine Becker - vocals
#with Chris ("Charlie Bravo") Burger - rap vocals
- Tour 2013
- Front of house sound by Charlie Miller
- No opening act
April 12, 2013
If you like to hear Steve Kimock and his band, this may not be the show for you. Guests kinda take over and Steve, being the gentleman that he is, plays a supportive role. There is nothing here that is characteristic of the psychodelic wild-man and his tight jammin' band.
April 10, 2013
I was at the show.
Killer first set! Second set started out good, but then they brought in a rapper??? Seriously???
Killed the entire vibe of the show imho...
April 5, 2013
Hoppin' at the Hopmonk
great balance and clarity. nice run on the west coast
April 4, 2013
Love those M300s
Michael, this recording is beautiful. Love those M300s.
April 3, 2013
An excellent recording of a great show. Steve Kimock's music has evolved into a brilliant amalgam of world music, jazz, funk and ofc psychedlia. Here in the company of some of the best musicians around. The always explorative Bernie Worrell, a master of the B-3 in the cosmic vein of Larry Young. The solid and inventive Andy Hess anchoring the rhythm together with James Ingram on the drums.
Guest Jason Crosby lets his violin dance across the music. And which Furthur fan does not take delight in hearing Sunshine sing some lead!